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Bereblock, John (fl. 1557–1572), draughtsman, was born near Rochester and graduated BA from St John's College, Oxford, in 1561. In 1562 he wrote the official copy of the recently founded college's statutes. He was elected to a fellowship in 1561 and served as bursar in 1563/4, but soon after receiving his MA degree in 1566 he migrated to ...

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Haig, Axel Herman (1835–1921), etcher and architectural draughtsman, was born at Katthammarsvik, on the Swedish island of Gotland, on 10 November 1835, the son of Axel Hägg (1804–1872), a local landowner and timber merchant, and his wife, Anna Margreta Lindström (1807–1891). From 1850 he studied shipbuilding in the government dockyard at ...

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Jefferys, James (1751–1784), historical draughtsman, was born in Maidstone, Kent, on 19 May 1751 and was baptized at All Saints', Maidstone, on 28 May 1751, the son of William Jefferys (1723?–1805), painter, and his wife, Parnell. He attended the free school in Maidstone...

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Mairet, Philippe Auguste (1886–1975), draughtsman and critic, was born at 12 Blythwood Road, Islington, London, on 27 April 1886, the second youngest of five sons and two daughters of Charles Sylvain Mairet (1840/41–1907), a watchmaker of Swiss nationality, and his wife, Mary Ann, ...

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See Malton, Thomas, the elder

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See Malton, Thomas, the elder

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Pugin, Auguste Charles (1768/9–1832), artist and architectural draughtsman, was born in the parish of St Sulpice, Paris, one of the seven children of François Joseph Pugin (fl. 1765–1794), who was probably in the service of a German aristocrat resident in Paris, and of ...

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Auguste Charles Pugin (1768/99–1832) by unknown artist private collection; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Smith, Worthington George (1835–1917), architectural and botanical illustrator and archaeologist, was born on 23 March 1835 at 19 Aske Street, Shoreditch, London, the only child of George Smith (1804–1877), a civil servant from Gaddesden Row, Hertfordshire, and Sarah Worthington (1809–1891) of Laxton, Nottinghamshire...